Napoleon and his fellow travellers; being a reprint of certain narratives of the voyages of the dethroned emperor on the Bellerophon and the Northumberland to exile in St. Helena: the romantic stories told by George Home, Captain Ross, Lord Lyttelton, and William Warden
by Shorter, Clement King, 1857-1926, ed; Home, George, b. 1794; Ross, Charles Bayne Hodgson; Lyttelton, William Henry Lyttelton, 3d baron, 1782-1837; Warden, William, 1777-1849
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Notes With reproduction of t.-p. of Lyttelton's pamphlet: Some account of Napoleon Bonaparte's coming on board H. M. S. the Northumberland, August 7, 1815: with notes of two conversations held with him on that day, by the Hon. W. H. Lyttelton. (Privately printed) London, MDCCCXXXVI.
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With reproduction of t.-p. of Lyttelton's pamphlet: Some account of Napoleon Bonaparte's coming on board H. M. S. the Northumberland, August 7, 1815: with notes of two conversations held with him on that day, by the Hon. W. H. Lyttelton. (Privately printed) London, MDCCCXXXVI
Introduction, by the editor.--I. Napoleon on board the Bellerophon, being a chapter from the "Memoirs of an aristocrat" published in 1838 by George Home.--II. The "shadowy Captain Ross", being a letter from Captain Charles Ross of the Northumberland, giving an account of Napoleon's voyage to St. Helena on that ship.--III. Napoleon on board the Northumberland, being a privately printed pamphlet by ... Lord Lyttelton.-- IV. Letters written on board H. M. S. Northumberland, being the narrative of William Warden, surgeon.--Appendices: I. Napoleon on board the Bellerophon at Torbay, as told by John Smart. II. An extract from a journal kept on board the Bellerophon, by Lieut. John Bowerbank, R. N. III. Napoleon's voyage to St. Helena, by Sir George Bingham.--Index
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